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Just a good ol T. Older restoration. Our summer family reunion, go fishin car. We are a FORD Family. One of 7 Model T's. Jerry
Grandpas 1922 Model T. Bought new. Picture taken around 1927. My dad, Wilbert Passehl, born in 1920, is hanging onto the door handle. Dad is 93 today
Gettin stung by a yellow jacket is painful but nothing close to gettin stung by a Ford. The venum has been in my blood stream all these years, and I'm
This a barn find and it's going to stay that way.Anyone can can make a car shiny.
1924 unrestored touring. Runs great. In front of Great Grand Dad's 140 + year old house during snow in Rock Mills Alabama.
I picked up this rolling chassis and drive train and am now into the wood and body parts to finish it. I have a line on a body and I am now in the process
Restored in 1992 followed by trip to Alaska and Arctic circle and return via California to Fulton, MO with only one flat tire. I bought the car two years
It has a 454 big block th400 trans tunnel ram and 18.5 mickey thompson tires.
I'm just a poor college student with a love for Model T's. About three years ago, I got to drive one, a '25 TT. Since then, I was hooked. Finally, in October
I built this Depot Hack from parts. The wood is oak with walnut trim. We have an '18 Roadster but with eight grandchilden there was just not enough room.